Trust Chief Executive Barometer
HSJ's Trust Chief Executive Barometer, in association with Capsticks, extensively surveys the chief executives of NHS acute and specialist trusts to produce a robust and insightful look at the NHS trust landscape.
Every quarter HSJ will gather the latest thinking on the pertinent issues facing healthcare leaders and delve into the data to help make your leadership in the healthcare sector more effective.
Trust chief executive barometer September 2013
More than a third of England’s hospital chief executives have been in post for less than a year, HSJ/Capsticks research reveals.
Trust chief executive barometer July 2013
The most widely blamed factor leading to recent problems in emergency departments is an increase in the number of very sick patients, the HSJ/Capsticks survey reveals.
Trust chief executive barometer March 2013
73 per cent of hospital chief executives believe the government’s proposed overhaul of regulation and inspection will be ineffective
Trust chief executive barometer December 2012
Chief executives have significant doubts their hospitals are as safe at weekends as they are in the week, the latest HSJ/Capsticks survey reveals.